Ghanaian striker Kelvin Yeboah has made a loan move to FC Augsburg from Serie B side Genoa.
The young forward has been under the radar since Genoa got relegated and is making an attempt to be in the limelight again.
The loan deal ends in June 2023 with no option to buy.
“I knew that I only wanted to move to FCA after my discussions with the coach and club. The exciting and positive way that the coach likes to play matches my style, so I’m pleased that the deal is now complete.
“I want to play a part in a successful second half of the season and we want to play attractive football for the fans. I can’t wait to play in the WWK ARENA,” Yeboah said.
Augsburg’s sporting director Stefan Reuter added, “Kelvin Yeboah is a young, versatile and quick attacker. He will give us another option in attack. He showed how good he is from counter-attacks during his time in Graz and showed a real eye for goal. He’s a great fit for our team and the way we want to play.”
The 22-year-old has scored once in Serie B this season.